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  1. Agenda SSR Book Do Now • Unit 5 will focus on 3 concepts: Violence, War, & Conflict. Answer the following. • How are these 3 related? • Are any/all necessary? If so, which? Explain your response. • Are any/all unavoidable? If so, which? Explain your response.

  2. Unit 5 – War & Conflict Day 79 CRS MID 603 - Power: Understand the overall approach taken by an author or narrator (e.g. point of view, kinds of evidence use) in virtually any passage Greeter • SWBAT identify global reasons for war and conflict. • SWBAT identify the three main types of international conflict. Big Idea HW Violence, war, and conflict are a common experience for nearly all of us (either directly or from outside sources). Why are these occurrences so common and are they unavoidable? War/Genocide Travel Blog due Thursday 1.23.14

  3. War/Genocide Travel Blog • Due this Thursday! • In order to build some additional background knowledge about wars and conflicts throughout history, choose a war or genocide from history to create this week’s travel blog about. • The location of your travel blog should be where this war or genocide took place (primarily). • Write about the causes and effects of this war/genocide, key events that took place during it, and its historical significance. • If you have any questions, feel free to ask. 

  4. War & Conflict Textbook Definition: WAR - a state of open and declared armed hostile conflict between states or nations CONFLICT- struggle resulting from incompatible or opposing needs, drives, wishes, or external or internal demands EXAMPLES??

  5. Think – Pair – Share • What are the main reasons for INTERNATIONAL or GLOBAL conflict??

  6. 3 Primary Reasons • Religion • Resources • Including Financial • Ideology • {TBD} - a manner or the content of thinking characteristic of an individual, group, or culture • Includes Nationalism & Imperialism • Discussed at a later date

  7. Religion

  8. Resources

  9. Ideology

  10. Let’s Visit • to get an idea of the number of “conflicts” in history…

  11. Next Steps • Prepare to read about peace from 3 of the great protesters of violence. • 3 Levels of Readings • 1 Star (Easy-ish) – Ghandi (10 copies) • 2 Stars (So-So) – Martin Luther King, Jr. (12 copies) • 3 Stars (Are you SERIOUS?!) – Tolstoy (10 copies)

  12. More Next Steps • Get in “mini” groups • Join peers with the same author in groups of no more than 3. • Prepare to present the conclusions you’ve found based on your reading. • Use your responses to the comprehension questions to guide your presentations. • Finally, give your groups opinion on if you agree or disagree with the author’s opinion and why.

  13. Exit Ticket • International conflict is caused by what 3 primary reasons? Why?!

  14. End 1.21.2014

  15. Agenda SSR Book Do Now • Read the “Profile of Adolf Hitler” and then answer the questions that follow.

  16. Unit 5 – War & Conflict Day 80 CRS GEN 601 - Power: Use information from one or more sections of a more challenging passage to draw generalizations and conclusions about people, ideas and so on Greeter • SWBAT evaluate the work of Adolf Hitler and explain his reasoning behind the massacre of the Jewish people. Big Idea The word 'holocaust' comes from the ancient Greek word for 'sacrifice by fire'. In the 19th century it was used to refer to mass slaughter, especially by fire. The mass killing of Jews by Nazis was referred to as 'this holocaust' in the British parliament in 1943, and by the 1950s the name was widely applied. Jews often prefer to name the event 'Shoah', which means 'catastrophe'. HW War/Genocide Travel Blog due Thursday 1.23.14

  17. Genocide • Genocide: the deliberate and systematic  extermination of a national, racial,  political, or cultural group. What does this mean in your own words? Turn and talk to your partner for 60 seconds.

  18. Genocides • What are some of the known Genocides that have happened in the world? • The Holocaust Genocide • The Darfur Genocide • The Rwandan Civil War Genocide • The Armenian Genocide • The Native American (American Indian) Genocide

  19. Adolf Hitler • 1889: Adolf Hitler is born on April 20th in Braunau am Inn in the empire of Austria-Hungary. • 1914: At the outbreak of the First World War, Hitler volunteers for service in the German army and joined the 16thBarvarian Reserve Infantry Regiment.

  20. Adolf Hitler • 1934: Hitler becomes Chancellor of Germany • 1938: Hitler blames Jews for the crash of the stock market (1929) and grew a rising hatred for the Jews. • He start the attacks on Jewish residents with the backing of the Nazi militia (military).

  21. The Holocaust • Read the Article on Hitler and the Holocaust with your partner and answer the questions that follow. • Now we will watch a documentary on the Holocaust. • • Remember to remain at a level 0 and pay close attention to the video. • Sit SMART at all times. This is your warning.

  22. Exit Ticket • How do you believe the genocides of foreign countries affect their relationship with the United States?

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  24. Agenda SSR Book Do Now • Place your items down at your desk. • Then SILENTLY walk around and view all of the examples of Nazi propaganda throughout the classroom. • Answer the reflection questions when finished.

  25. Unit 5 – War & Conflict Day 81 CRS REL 603 - Power: Understand implied or subtly stated cause-effect relationships in more challenging passages Greeter • SWBAT investigate the reasons why so many Germans became willing executioners during the Holocaust. Big Idea Mass murders aren’t just led by evil dictators, they must also be carried out by numerous followers. How did so many ordinary Germans become willing executioners? We will examine what took place during the Holocaust to find out. HW Enjoy the long weekend! 

  26. Travel Blog Presentations!

  27. Hitler’s Final Solution

  28. Some Were Neighbors • • 7 groups of 3-5 students. • You will be assigned to one of the groups of people that became complicit conspirators during the Holocaust (neighbors, workers, teenagers, policeman, religious leaders, teachers, friends). • Answer the questions in your CW and be prepared to share about what you learn!

  29. Speed Dating!(Back by popular demand!) • Select one group member to be the expert, while the other people in your group will travel around the classroom to learn about the other complicit conspirators during the Holocaust. • The group members that traveled will then teach the group member that was the expert about what they learned during speed dating.

  30. Exit Ticket • Why did so many ordinary people help Hitler and the Nazis carry out their Final Solution and contribute to the Holocaust?

  31. End 1.23.2014